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BIT MCA 2023 Eligibility Criteria: Check who all can apply

Updated On - April 17 2023 by Abhinandan Singh

BIT MCA 2023 Eligibility Criteria are the set of requirements that candidates must meet in order to apply for the BIT MCA entrance exam. These include educational qualifications, age limit, and other important criteria. Candidates are advised to carefully check the eligibility criteria before filling the application form. BIT MCA 2023 Eligibility Criteria: The test is open to candidates interested in the MCA programme at Birla Institute of Technology (BITS) and its campuses in Mesra, Jaipur, Lalpur, and Noida. The ranking acquired in this online test determines the selection criterion. For the session 2023-21, qualified candidates who pass the entrance test are invited to apply for admission to the 3-year (6-semester) Full-Time MCA degree course at BIT Mesra and its Campuses. The application form must be completed and submitted online only. Take a close look at the BIT MCA Eligibility Criteria 2023 thorough details.

BIT MCA 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Candidates taking the BIT MCA 2023 entrance exam must meet specific eligibility requirements as specified by the exam administrators. The precise criteria for applying for the exam are listed below.

  • Candidate must have completed the 12th standard or equivalent examination with a recognised board in Computer Science, Mathematics, or Information Practices as one of the topics.

Candidates must hold one of the following qualifications:

  • Bachelor of Computer Applications (BCA) is a graduate degree that requires a B.Sc. in Computer Science, Information Technology, or Electronics, or a B.Sc. with Mathematics or Statistics as one of the disciplines.
  • Minimum Scores: The candidate must score at least 55 percent in the general category and 50 percent in the reserved category.
  • Subjects: Candidates must pass the Intermediate Mathematics and Science examinations.
  • Candidate Profiles: Students in their final year of study are also eligible to apply.
  • Applicants with the aforementioned credentials should have a graduation average of at least 55 percent (50 percent for SC/ST/PwD).
  • BSc Honours applicants must have a minimum average of 55 percent (50 percent for SC/ST/PwD) in their Honours course.
  • Students who are taking their Bachelor's program's final exams are also eligible to apply.
Note: Such students, on the other hand, shall have received required or equivalent marks (as per item 4 or 5 above) based on the most current grades/marks available at the time of application and, if accepted, may begin the programme on a provisional basis.

Applicants who obtained their qualifications through correspondence or distance learning programmes are qualified only if (a) the programmes are accepted by the DEC-IGNOU, and (b) they passed the qualifying test at the time of application with an average of at least 55 percent marks (50 percent for SC/ST/PwD) calculated as per item (4 or 5) above. They must submit photocopies of their pass certificate, qualifying examination mark sheets, and proof of the programme recognised by the DEC-IGNOU in the Institute/College/letterhead University with their application.

 

Note:
  • Applicants having foreign diplomas should consult the EdCIL Equivalence website (http://www.edcil.co.in) and, if necessary, obtain an equivalence certificate from the AIU's Evaluation Division (http://www.aiuweb.org).
  • If a Board or University provides grades rather than marks, the calculation of equal points will be done according to the Board's or University's procedures. If the University does not have a system in place to convert CGPA to equivalent points, the equivalence will be found by dividing the received CGPA by the highest attainable CGPA and multiplying the result by 100.
  • A candidate/applicant must have passed all needed subjects at that level from the same Board/university at any level of studies [class X, class XII, or graduation].
  • It is not possible to transfer the admit card to another person. According to the constitution, impersonation is a crime. Without a valid admit card, no applicant will be allowed to take the test. At the moment of entry, the entrance card must also be created. The admission card must be kept by all candidates until the admission process is completed.

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